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IDAY...........Ai'KIL 4, 1WW.
smu Jenna A. Oaariai.u Gab
. No. 49, K. A. A N. U., U 8. A,
ta In Bamlcr'a hall, ('u*ur .l'Alene,
o. every allarnala Monday, at 8
'« |>. m. Commander, Henry Van
n; Adjutant. 8. J. Clark ; Quarter
er, 'Tixe Norrie. Visiting com
i'« da Last Euwilt KtT'iiTi. o o. V.
—Meet* every Tues
day evening at 7 ;:10.
cordially invited to attend. Joeeidi
iiarno, noble grand j K. K. Tlmmpsun,
grand, ti. I'. Thomson, secretary;
ooraast Ixiuoa No. 7, Kkiohts or
ntse.—Meets in Fraternity Halt
~eday ovening ol eat It week,
tine brut here are always welcome
Sin i ib, V. C., F. A. Is bailie, K.
. A H.
nv ibiti.is Sunday school 10 r.
Morning service at It o'clock;
riling sort ice *17:31 Wcdticwday
cuing | rayei inMting at 7:30.
G. L. l>Err»Mnt ..it,
itotdvr Sunday school at 10,
" at 11 a. n».; prc.u .'ilrig at T.»> p.
h Sunday. Prayer meeting, Tliurs
y eveninga at 7:30 p. m. ti. G.
oral . Sunday arhool, 0:15 a. m.
orntng prayer and sermon. It a. m;
olng prayer and aemiou, 3 p. m
ednembty, litany at 7;3> p. in., and
day at 4 pm ; choir piactlre. ti p
; evening prayer and artiuoii every
•■day in l'oet rtiapei at h p. m.
V. J *>kotto»v# tn charge
ntic. lIMular — taa at II a in
•day acbuol, 2 p. m. Vesper* at h
tu. l ather linker, pastor.
Attorney et Law,
cun' is DaiENr. Idaho
TKS A KKAT, ......
COlrl D at DCK. IDAHO.
KULT. M. FAlil.WI-,
Attorney at Law,
r*rt*a D'autor ipaiio
Cell ter Covaty Warrant*.
oUrc Is hereby given that I am
lred to pay the following deecribed
dial county warrants with Interest,
real cease* ten data from tto first
icatloii of this uollce.
II warrants issued In toe fiscal year
. prior to Itctotier Slat and numbers
to <t*5. both numbers inclusive,
I October 31,
TtkiAT nrr>i: rutu.
It warrants Itsurd in the lieral year
, prior to November 1st and ntiiii
Thl to H|it, both number* Inclusive,
November I. IM*.
he liAiral year begins on the second
day in January.
''i I'H Frank o, IIii.I,
Trrasorer. Kootenai t'oiinty, Idaho.
■El'll HALKNK U a rtty of Ijwo
|Mipu|atin«. beautifully sltuatnl on
northern shore of the famous f'opur
leue lake, 33 tulles east of Spokane
a hraiirli line of the Northern Pacific
It I.lne* of steamers make regular
i from thu city up the lake to the
1 of navigation on the St. Joe and
ur d'Alene rivers, connecting at iMtl
-Ion with the railroad line Into the
I, allver and lead mines. The city is
of Ui« moat imtnl summer resorts
the northwest, ami it becoming more
ular each year. It* fishing, hunting,
ling and lialhiug attractions are ai
"t limitless. The finest I'.H. mill
pot In the west fFort Sherman)
1 It* magnificent forest park rrservn
n adjoin the city on the wrat. The
intry round about Is matte up of rich
icuKnral lands and rxtmintve forest*
yellow pine, Or, cedar and tainarac,
the city la destined to become a
nufnctnriug center for the product*
these woods. The business men and
dent* are enterprising, and take
do In making Uic place atliweilve.
-re are five church organisation*—
ptlat, Methodist, l'nwbytertau. Kpla
I and Horn an Catholic. The secret,
'era are well represented by a lodge
hof Masons.Odd Fellow*, Knlghtaof
this*, A. O. F„ fI. A. It., and Women's
'lef Cor|». The city I* supplied with
-trie lights, good water works, an
gant public school building, sosli and
t factory, two aaw-mills, two Ural
hotels, boat building yard* etc.
ere are yet good opportunities to en
i in lucrative bnslucu and in diver
ed fanning. Manufactoriea arc par
ularly desired, and arc offered ectra
'ucctnnnta. The summer* are tern
-te, with Bufnoient rainfall to Insure
undant crops, while the winters are
from extrema cold. No better lo
tion for profitable Investment* or for
-uring Ideal homes can be found In
e northwest. There ta always a wel
omo hare, among an excellent people,
n a beautiful reglou and an Incompar
A MeSsl ef gaatasa* a*l 0a* ef th* Beet
lUaaurt sa tks Lska
A great change lias taken place In Uw
eteamer tit. Joseph. Since this and the
other steamer* of the old navigation
company have paaaed Into the hands of
the Idaho Navigation and Investment
Co., of which C. U. King la the principal
owner and general manager, a Urge
force of workmen have boon engaged
In making changes and placing new
machinery in the first named boat
and she It almost a new craft. A
tooth pick has been added to tbe
upper deck extending to tbe bow of Uie
boat. The old stato-rooma were torn
out and the space throwu into the for
ward cabin making a room about 3$
feet in length with seals on both aides.
Tbe pilot house was moved back from
tbe front of Uie boat, giving her a more
symmetrical appearance, and making
her mure easy to manage. A new boiler
and engines of lu inch bora and ta inch
stroke take the place of the old engines,
thus adding 100homo power, which will
mure than double her spend. This
increase iu power ueosaaitated a new
wheel of larger dimensions and greater
force. The painters are now at work
putting on the finishing touches. The
body of tbe boat both interior and ex
terior is fuiliited white with pals green
trimmings which give her a very hand
some appearance. Her extreme length
la l*i fwt, with LH feet beam, and it ia
the intention of the company to place
her ou the hi. Joe river route, hhe will
he able to make Uie round trip in one
day and eounect with the O. It. A N.
trains at Harrison. She will be christ
ened the Klk wfUi the usual ceremonies
and make her initial trip tomorrow fur
the purpose of testing the machinery
■nd bet raiining capacity, bhe will
make her find trip up the SL Joe next
The company bare also let the con
tract to the t'urur d'Alene Mill Co. for
two new barge* of 2txMi feet dimen
sion* to be used tu handling heavy
freight on Uie lake and rivers. With
the Klk, these two barges and the three
small •icemen owned by the company
It is prepared to handle a vaal amount
of Dual nets, both freight and passenger.
Tbe enterprise of the new company
lu fitting up the large steamer and
making other Improvements It most
romtnrtidahle and II should be given a
liberal share of public patronage
Fied. C. Ilcli, the well known
mechanical engineer, superintended the
facing of Ihe new machinery tu the
fUI SU.VKB 0H no rioTECTtOM.
■cklaler's El hum WnU Bet Alter U*
Fisas d un Silver SsealeT*.
neualor Jones, of Nevada, recently
talked to a Washington I'ual reporter
on the plans of I tie sliver men for the
future. Touching upou the contingen
cy of the election of a ltepublican pres I
ident, the senator said:
"The next congress, so far aa the
senate Is concerned, wtll be In control
of the idlrer men. There will he no
legislation on the tariff. This much is
settled. Indeed, nothing will be done
on this subject for the next ten years,
unless silver I* admitted to the mints
on the same basis na gold.
"The cry is now, T'rotccUon and Free
HirerT We wilt have both or neither.
I *m a sound and staunch protectionist,
but I don't believe In a partial applies
Uon of Uie theory. Colorado stiver bat
a* much right to be protected as Penn
"The silver senator* will have the
balance of power In the upper house of
the new congress, and they will hold up
all tariff legislation unices it is coupled
with fiec silver legislation. The recent
conference of eastern manufacturers
and ailvcr senators at Washington Indi
cates the way in which Uie wind Is
"McKinley's election won't cut any
figure with us; indeed. It will only make
our position the stronger, lie will not
be able to secure any tariff legislation,
for wc will have the balance of power
in the senate. You may put It down
a* settled that there will be no protec
tion granted any Industry until sliver is
provided for. W# allver senators are
oommltted to this ooutae. We are not
children clamoring for toy*. Our con
elituent* would repudiate us if we did
not make a bold stand for silver. Mc
Kinley's nomination will be inconse
quential. I would rather tre a pro
nounced gold bug, like Morton, named
as the presidential candidate, and Uien
ihe issue would JM fnmed at one*. If
McKinley triumph*, he will only delay
matters. It will only be throwing
■mire sand lu the watch, and retarding
the prosperity of the country by just so
Laks Navigation Ssium**.
Tlie Georgia Oakes made her trial
trip ou the lake last Monday under her
uew master, ('apt. XetbilL Superin
tendent Gilbert and Master Mechanic
Moir, of the Idaho division, came up tu
Mr. Gilbert's private car and mad* a
thorough Inspection of the boat during
the trip. They were well pleased
with her appearance and the
working of the machinery. At Harri
son arrangements were made for put
ting the dock In repair and regular
stop* will bo made at Uiat place during
the season. The host mad* her flmt
regular trip to Old Mission on Wgdnee
day and will conUnue the same during
the season. She hod a good list of
IMMsengera and a large amount of
freight on the first trip.
Rsllsgs Sat / sis*.
In tbe Idaho supreme court, la ses
sion at Hoiae, two InteresUng decisions
were banded down both cases being
from Judge Piper's district, the judge
being reversed in each Instance. One
was In tbs case of It. 8. Browne of Mos
cow vs. state. Browne was acquitted
on the charge of entering into au illegal
contract with the county treasurer un
der which he was to go on the treas
urer's bond and the latter agreed to keep
port of the county funds on deposit In
I. C. Hattabaugb and John CUstrap
are to be tried on tbe same charge and
tbe state secured a writ of review to
settle certain law point* before proceed
ing with other cases. One point is that
Judge Ptper erred In requiring the state
to alternate its challenges with tbe de
fense, the latter having twice aa many
as the prosecution.
The oUier point on which Piper was
overruled was bis InstrucUou to the
jury that they could not convict unless
Uiey should find that the violation of
the statute was made with Intent to de
fraud the eounty.
The case of J. IL Gaffney vs. Judge
Piper wss also decided. Tbe Genesee
bank went Into insolvency and the cred
itors elected Usffney assignee. Judge
Piper refused to appoint him, however,
aud appointed an assignee of bis own
Tbe supreme court says of this ac
tion on the part of Judge Piper: "This,
as unwarranted as it was, is uubeard
of in the ounals of judicial assumption.
The express provisions of the statute
are ignored, at well as tbe rights of the
creditors as established by law. The;
action of the district court Is reversed
sud Uie cose remained for further pro-J
To Tour Tsois. Mobls Knights.
A special from Washington to tbe
Chronicle In regard to tbe proposed'
Spokane artuy post says, among other'
things, that ''the war department is
decidedly anxious to transfer the sol
dier* from Fort* Spokane and Sherman
to tbe uew fort at as early a data as
may be. It ia thought that the first
work to be dons aside from surveys
and such grading as is absolutely neees
aary ou lbs grounds, will be the erec
tion of soldiers' barracks, which will be
constructed without unnecessary delay.
Officers'quarters and those features of
the work that are not absolutely indis
pensable for s fort will be delayed till
IBWH when another appropriation will
be in order."
There is an sir of verdancy about the
above quotation which creates a sut
pirion that it was manufactured in the
Chronicle office by a raw recruit who
never saw an army post aud would not
know a major general from t private
soldier were he to meet Uietn. It
would certainly be s queer army post
garrisoned by a lot of soldiers in their
barracks awaiting Uie arrival of officers
two year* hence, liul it may be that
the Chronicle proposes to have the offl
cere live lu teuts until their quarters esu
he erected. The officers will appreciate
the kiudneet of the Chronicle. To your
tents, noble knight* of the sword!
while you, brave privates, occupy the
William K. Curtis, in the Chicago
Record. *ay* of the secret of McKin
ley's popularity: "It isn't the man
htinself, but the principle be represent*.
It's Uie protection Ides. The repeal of
reciprocity and the passage of the Wil
son Gorman tariff bill are responsible.
McKinley bos not the personal popu
larity of Blaine, nor has he the robust
Individuality of Cleveland. He it a
man of vsry little magnetic attractions.
II* It not 'brilliant, nor witty, nor
wise.' II* IsnT a great orator. lie
never moke* a speech without careful
preparation, and he has not the gift of
eloquence. Hit social qualities have
never been developed, and as a conver
sationalist as well as a delator he Is
slow aud heavy. McKinley is a student,
a man of farts and figure*. who lias
never attempted to master but one sub
ject, but that happens to be the subject
that is iip|<erniost in the minds of the
people today, and conatauUy reminds
them of their amply pocket*. In 1892
the cIUmus of the I'niled State*, who
number "O.OOO.Oiin and are mostly fools,
a* Thomas Carlyle would have said,
got a notiou that tariff reform would
make them all prosperous and happy.
So they blamed every misfortune Uiey
suffered to the McKinley bill, and
votad Uie liemocraUc ticket. They have
had nearly four years to reflect upon
their mistake, and now they waut a
chance to correct it. McKinley is asso
ciated with that mistake more cloaely
than any oUier man, and they think
they can atone for it by making him
president. That's the secret, aa you call
it, of his popularity.
A Fait Tesla.
The Northern Pacific fast time sclted
uie will go into effect In a few days.
The road under the receiver has been
put tn perfect condition to permit the
running of fast train* for making Ume
from St. Paul to the coast. A schedule
time of 45 miles an hour Is something
unprecedented in the history of trans
continental travel. The officials say
this speed can be maintained without
detriment In making out the new
timo card it it Intended to give a perfect
service and to do this an additional'
through train wtll be put on to cover
point* not contemplated in the limited
('apt. ('has. Slacho, one of the old
settler* in the SL Joe volley, waa In
town during the week laying in sup
plies and transacting business. The
captain ha* lost the use of his left
shoulder from the effects of a gunshot
wound received 32 years ago while
serving his country In the war of the
rebellion. The bullet la still Imbedded
In bis shoulder and had not troubled
him (or may years until recently.
BKIirS AVS FKKSOBALS.
Dr. McPherson, dentist, Ccror d'Alene.
Clean tbe garbage off your premises
and polish up (or spring.
John Warren and family have moved
to Spokane for the summer.
Law Briefs and Pamphlet printing a
specialty at the Puns office.
Tbe steamer Laura Lyon Is now mak
ing regular trips up the SL Joe river.
D. F. Mason has recovered from a
esse of grippe and is once mors on duty
at tbs store.
Come and see the newest designs in
wall paper. Our low price* will sur
prise you. Idaho Mercantile Co.
I. N. Copeland and wife, of Harrison,
were visiting Mr. end Mrs. A. A. Crane
tbe first of tbe week.
Farmers, attention! A full line of
field end garden seeds in packages and
in bulk at the Idaho Mercantile Co.
C. J. McMillan, of Dudley, spent the
first of the week in town. He was a
member of the grand jury.
J. Band Sanborn, Isaac Cooper and
Geo. Pfaff were before the grand jury
lost Monday as witnesse s .
Cesar Stauffer, of Uie St. Jo* valley,
took out bis final citizenship papers
before the court the oUier day.
Lem. Quarles, deputy assessor, came
over from Itathdrum on his wheel yes-)
terday and spent a few hours in towr.
Tbe Knights of Pythias will give
another of their delightful balls at
City Hotel hall next Monday evening.
Now is the Ume to repaint and paper
your dwelling. A full line of both
paints and paper at the Idaho Mercan
I* there another section of the world
that enjoys finer spring weather than
this port of the country? We think
A few more of those Xeat New
Stylet In ladies' trimmed bats just re
ceived. Coll early to get your choice.
Idaho Mercantile Co.
Mrs. I. B. Nanburn received a fall tbe
oUier day which caused a severe injury to
her foot and compelled the use of crut
Infanta' wardrobe, deta. Complete
set of all patterns used: full directions,
amount and kind of material. Address
Patterns, Spokane. Wash.
A new and attractive feature at the
Mineral Exchange is a "Regina'' music
box arranged to work on the nickle ic
Just arrived, a nice assortment of
milliuery goods, consisting of flowers,
sprays, wreaths, plumes and Upa. Ida
ho Mercantile Co.
Mineral Laud Commissioners Goode
and Crane went to the Clark's Fork
country last Monday to resume the
classification of lauds.
Our stork Is now complete in every
department. All new goods to select
from and at prices that defy competi
tion. Idaho Mercantile Co.
("apt. C. A. Waters and family re
turned from Spokane the other day.
Mr. Waters has secured the position of
night watchman ou the Georgie Oakes.
If you want the Latest and New
est Styles in Millinery and
ladies' trimmed or untriuimed hats, we
have them. Idaho Mercantile Co.
John Kmpey came in from Roasland,
It. C.. the first of the week and left on
the Wednesday for the Colville reserva
tion, where he will spend some time
If you want to be up to date, get one
of those nobby suits, and a new hat.
Wc have just opened an immense stock
and are anxious to show them. Idaho
If you wish to subscribe for any of
the leading newspapers, magazines or
technical journals, either domestic or
foreign call at this office. We can
save you money.
Col. 1). II. Budlong returned from
Itoise last Saturday, where he attended
a meeting of the soldiers' home trustees.
The board let contracts for supplies
and transacted much other business.
Capt. O'Rrien, of the Fourth infantry,
expects to retire sometime during the
month after which he will tqiend several
weeks visiting friends in the east. He
will return and make bis home in this
section of the country, probably divid
ing his time betweeu this place and
Charles Street was before Justice
Norris last Saturday charged with petit
larceny. The justice turned him loose
with the understanding that he would
leave the county within 4$ hours. It is
supposed that he has added one more
to Spokane's population.
A handsome and coatly diamond ring
was disposed of at Dickey's hall Tues
day evening on the lottery plan. C. II.
Clayton and James Clark held four
tickets iu partnership and oue of them,
number 158, drew Ui* prize. Conductor
Hale puichashed the ring of tbe lucky
parties for 0100 cosh.
Services at the Episcopal church on
Easter Sunday will be aa follows:
Morning prayer and sennon Ham.;
Sunday school and baptismal service, 3
p. m.; evening prayer and sermon, Post
chapel, 8 p. m. At the morning service
Mr. Andrus will sing the solo, "Consid
er the Lilies of the Field."
- Work on the levee along Uie lake
front at Fort Sherman, is being pushed
forward without delay. A detail of 30
man are at work every day throwing up
the embankment and another force of
SO men ars engaged in fitting up the
target range. Target practice will be
gin May 1st.
W. J. Cranford, formerly engaged
In the furniture butinees In
till* place, arrested In Spokane the
other day on the charge of stealing a
pocket kuife from a small boy, was dis
charged, the court holding that the
knife belong* to Cranford. This was
proven by four witness**.
Hlgfeatt Honors—World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A purs Crap* Oesm of Tartar Powder. Fr*t
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adu'laraoL
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Echo cave, three miles from Xec
Perce, Idaho, is said to be one of tbe
wonders of this recently opened empire
—300 feet long, 100 feet deep and 90
feet high—and carved as with a chisel,
from tho solid rock. Opposite this Is
the astonishing phenomena of the
doable echo cave, where whole senten
ces are duplicated with the most mar
Do you remember the adage that
' Prevention is better than curs T This
is just tbe time of the year to exercise
a little care to- prevent sickness. Go
get some Simmons Liver Regulator,
liquid or powder, and take it to rid your
body and tone up tbe system. It will
save much suffering and life. "It la a
safe and reliable medicines, and a great
preventive of sickness."— Bev. Jss. Rol
lins, Fairfield, Va.
J. W. Wiggett Is again in possession
of bis store, having made a satisfactory
settlement with his creditors, paying
them 35 cents on tbe dollar. Tbe as
signee, D. F. Mason, who has conducted
the business for tbe past few months,
made bis final report to the court on
Thursday and has been released from
further responsibility in tbe matter.
Mr. Wiggett will stock up and continue
the business at the old stand.
In strolling around town the other
day we noticed a farmer loading his
wagon with goods purchased from one
of our merchants. Our attention was
attracted by a bale of hay in the wagon
and we concluded to moke a note of his
purchases with the following result:
One bole of hay, one sack of oats, two
sacks of flour, two sacks of potatoes,
oue pall of lard, one bam, oue strip of
salted pork and bacon, all of which
should be produced on the farm. This
farmer it always hard up and undoubt
edlr believes that fanning does not
The city election comes off next
Tuesday at the pavilion. There are
two tickets in the field, one headed by
Duncan Smith with Geo. C. Thomson,
Thomson, T. E. Jacobs, N. J. Mem am
snd J. T. Scott as the other nominees.
The second ticket it John W. Frederick.
J. W. Wiggett sud Joel) Schennanson
as nominees. Duncan Smith and Geo.
Thomson, of the first named ticket
were endorsed by the meeting that
nominated the last named gentlemen.
There are eight men to select from, five
of whom should be voted for by every
Earl Norton, the fifteen-year-old son
of Mrs. J. W. Wiggett, met with a very
painful accident Wednesday evening.
He was thrown from a horse in front
of I>r. Sabin's residence, his bead and
face striking the ground with such
force that he became uuconacious from
the shock and remained in that condi
tion for some time. Ills face and head
were badly bruised and the skin lacer
ated in several places. Mrs. Ssbin
witnessed the accident and assisted
Earl to the doctor's office where his
wounds were dressed before sending
Call for County Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that I am pre
pared to pay the following deecribed
Kootenai county warrants, with inter
est. Interest ceases ten days from the
first publication of this notice.
CTKKKNT KXl'EXSE KI ND.
All warrants issued in the the fiscal
year lNMo, prior to November 21, l!fc*5.
Warrant No. TOT, issued Oct 31,1895.
The fiscal year begins ou tbe secoud
Monday in January.
niar.U-oiaylO Frank O. Hill,
Treasurer, Kootenai Co, Idaho.
Coll far Tawn Warrants.
Tuesday, Feb. 35, 1896, 1 will pay the
following deecribed warrant* with in
terest Interest to cease from date.
A11 warrants on the general fund
dated 1890, and all warrants of the year
1891 aud to No. 237 inclusive.
Warrants Nos. 122 and 123 of the year
1890 and all warrants dated 1894 and
1895. Feb. 15, U96.
Febl5-I0t C. A. DESauksure,
Treasurer, Town of IVur d'Alene, Ida.
Notice for Publication.
Laud Ornn at Coma u'Ai.knk. Idaho.
Feb. as. IMS.
Notice la hereby elven that Ihe Mlowlnr
named settler has A led notice of hla Intention To
make Anal ixnol In aumHirt ol hla claim, and that
said luoof all) be made lu-foie the lb-stater and
Reeelver at Orur d'Alene. Idaho, on April a,
1IWS. Via: Thorns.* P. Coatello for the 8. WH* S.
K. See. UL TW M N. R. 1W. B. M.
He name* the folios tin: w-ltnraaea lo prove hla
eonllnuoua realdence upon and enlUration ol,
aald land, vti: John Fenian, Patrick Flood,
William Miller, Edward .Stanley, all of Crrur
Any person » bo desire* to protest ajmlnat the
allowance ol such proof, or who knows of auy
substantial reason, under Ihe law and Ihe recu
laUous o( the Interior Dcpartim-iit, why melt
proof should not be allowed, will l* Klvrn an
opportunity at the above mentioned time and
place to ernaa-examlne tbe witnesses ol aald rial
maid, and lo offer evidence lu rebuttal ol that
submitted by claimant.
We Gaaraqtee It.
We have received a
new stock of high
grade tinware that will
not nut oat and are
anxious to have jou
but is the cheapest
ware to buy. It lasts
four times as long as
ordinary tinware and
a trial will prove it.
R. R MANN,
GENERAL * BLACKSMITH*
Foutt SL, lul to I. T. Sudu t Co.'i
Store, Gcu d'ileie, Idiko.
New Work and Repairing Neatly and
Hea 5 e and Sign Painter^
Paperhanging and Decorating.
CSUR D'ALENE, IDAHO.
Stuve Bros., Proprietors.
Manufacturer* of and Dealer* in
Cedar * Shingles.
Notice of Application for Authority
to Mortgage Church property.
In th* District Cor krt of the First Jt -
dicial Hiktriot of thr stati? or Idaho,
IN AND FOR TH* Cul KTY KOOTENAI.
In ll»« matter of the *|>p!katk>n of the First
M«'!Ludist Episcopal Church, Coeur d AU ur,
Notice is hereby jriven. that the hoard of tru*
tees, of the First Methodist K;»lsro|«al church, of
t'orur d'Alene. Idaho, will on thr A*h ds\ id
April, 1**. apt»iv In thr district court id'the
First JodMa! I>fstrk*t ol thr state <4 Idaho at
ti»c March term ot said i-ourt to he he ld at
Katlidrttm. Kootenai county. Idaho. h»r author
tty to iMortjrafre thr property of said church i-.h
poratiou in IVteur d'Alene. Idaho, to the aimwu t
of tfcSOi two himdied and fift\ dollars, it twins:
to the interest and benefit and advantarr of
said church cor|«oiati<Hi that said sum of
Iwo hundred aud fifty dollars be borrowed bv
said tssard of trustees.
The board of trustees of the Ftrat Methodist
Episcopal church, by
„ W. B. Krotcrr.
W. A. Keim.-fr Fiwsidctit.
HTU James A. Kfat.
Attorney for Petitioners.
Notice for Publication.
Notice Is herrbv Riven that the foUowint:
ami'll settler has (Ilea notice of her intcuti *n to
make final proof tu »um»nrf of her claim, and that
said proof will be made Indore the Hr £ isle r and
Receiver at Curur d Ateue, Idaho, on April 2.*,
for the bus S, 6 7. Sec. 16 . lots 7, N, N*. B. ^ N\ F.
, Sec 17, Tp. 46 N K. 1 V\ IV M
She names the follow in* witnesses to prove hi r
continuous residence upon and cultnalioti i*i
aald land, tU: Henry Ruciiat. Eugene i;*y. li
st. Mark's Idaho; Alfred Ihicomiuun. of Ft.
Sherman. Ida!w; Artnond Perrenond, of Corur
JAMES t*RAN AM.
Proposals for Wood for Kootenai
Node* is hereby Riven that the eounty eom
mtsaioucre of Kootenai county. Mate of Idaho,
will receive sealed proposals tip to noon of tbe
second Monday In Ajwtl, pew. for not Iww than
thirty limit* of four loot wood, twelte cords of
two foot wood and thirty-five cords id eighteen
inch wood, all wood lo be green cut, not later
than July 1, LIA The said wood to be delivered
not later than September, IRL to the various
county offices as directed by the janitor. Said
proposals to specify .the number of cords,
kind of wood and price at which to be
rropoeals to be deposited with the clerk of the
board of county commissioners at RaUidrum.
Idaho, and endorsed "Proposal to furnish wood.**
The tumid rese r ves the right to reject any or
listed at Ratbdrum. Idaho, Feb. 17, UBfi.
(seal) BOUT. 8. BRAG AW,
Clerk of the hoard ef eoanty n—t-lu tu ts,
Koouaat eoanty. Idaho. 4
Train leave* Corur d'Alene at 0 a. m
and arrive* at 6:30 p. m.
Main line trains arrive and depart from
Spokane aa follows: No. 1, west
bound, arrives *4 9:35 and deport* at
K) o'clock p. tn; No. t, east bound,
arrive* at 6:30 and departs 06:33*.
'ins # ma r 1
BOSTON and all poin
EAST AND SOUTH
For tafocKatloa, rim* carta, mass as*
call ob oi writs to
P. JOY. Agewt,
Coe or d'Alene, Idahc
A. D. Charlton,
Assistant Gen. Pass. Aft., '
No. 253 Morrison SL, cor. 3rd St
Larre*gJrrnlaffiouof ny »c«ea4lficg
A Arm. I
CUTS SALT RHEUM
Cushman's Menthol Balm;
Iff tkt WL awd mo* wlMhlt
rrmeecy for ;
Special* Ri W ffffii U ter PILES.
Qffitck to Re4i*T* Pais aori Reduce In (tern m«
tiiurtmml togirw aaiiaferttnu . alae-a row i
31 an tAiaUDi-ni.hr mrr to gri Cuehmati's W*o
u Balm 1*» nod *xx*v< aartbci* rfcr ar bria* tual ,
m a* good. This Balm ia tU Largo* fit** ot OUkt- .
. meet and thr U-a on the starkrC
FARMERS SSVSKS tELS?"
If rov cannot get It of twr druggiea mA
for ooc box 1 v mail. Sold by &U trading drag*
CUSHMkN OHUQ CO.
nwtim i>*l . ta ai.i*». a. raw.a
A. P.T. Lw
The American Protective Tariff Laogu*
is a national organization advocating
"Protection to American Labor and
Industry" at explained by its constitu
tion. as follows:
" Tha oty-rt of tki, tiqu. ,kaB ba la »..>■«>
American laber by a tariff on import*. ahafi
edoq^ataiy toeur* Ameyan mdoatrsel prudueti
•gainst tha 00 mpat.Wen of foreign labor.
There ore no personal or private
profits in connection with the organiza
tion and it is sustained by memberships
contributions end the distribution of ite
Fl HST % Coreeapoedenee le osRaMsd fREEfdheg
" Mamberahip " and *' Off cal CorraappnSntff/^
SECOND: We need end walee weee*trihw||ea%
whether email or large, be eur at me.
Third: We pubSah a large Im ef 1
■amp l e eoey ef the '' American Coonemiek*
Addreee Wilbur F. Wakeman. Gimrallff—
ISO Wart 39d Streets New Yark. "
rf-opoaali for Ccuty AdvorUsing and
Notice li hereto given that lb* room? roe*,
mtuioner* <4 Kooienal county, state of Idaho,
will receive wjlol pruputtU up lo noun of ah*
•ecoml Monday In April. !»«. for tha county
adrartisln* and }ul> |vrintln* Cot the year com-,
nicncin* ou Uie second Monday lu April, laat, lo
the aecond Monday In April, PWI. Monk pro
poaal* containing n lilt ut alt Monk*. At , to ba
used by the county, will be tarnished by tha
clerk of the hoard of eounty rtmmitssion. n sa
application therefor: all bids mu he submitted
on said blank proposals, sad no other will ha
Proposal* lo be deposited with tbe clerk ef tha
hoard of county commissioners St Balhdruas,
Idaho, and inuusl te endorsed ** J'roi-osal lor
County Prlnlln* and Adrartisln*
Tho boar * rescues tbe rt*tl lo reject say er
Dated at Ratbdnnu. Idaho. Feb. IT. 1M.
[a*4Ll ROUT. *. BKAOAW,
Clerk of the hoard rt eounty naMMtem,
Kootenai eoanty, Iffahe. Apil